List of Funds

These are the families, groups, organizations, friends and individuals who were inspired to give back, who’ve made a lasting impact in their community and who continue to make a difference.

Charitable Organization Funds

Funds are established by charitable organizations to provide a sustainable source of long term funding.

Capital Funds

A hybrid of the endowed and non-endowed funds. The capital is initially endowed with the expectation that the capital and investment income will be spent within a set time period.

Community Impact Funds

Funds are pooled to address emerging and pressing needs of the community both now, and in the future.

Field Of Interest Funds

Funds are dedicated to a general charitable area of interest as identified by the donor.

Animal Welfare

Children And Youth

Education

Environment

Health

Housing

Recreation

Seniors

Social Services

Designated Funds

Funds provide support to specific charities, forever.

Student Award Funds

Funds supporting post-secondary student education and training opportunities

Donor-Advised Funds

Funds enable donors to be actively involved in recommending grant recipients on an annual basis.

Regional Funds

These funds provide an opportunity to give back to a specific region in Northwestern Alberta forever.

Flow Through Funds

Charitable donations that are disbursed within a time period.

Future Gifts

Leaving a future gift to your Community Foundation is an easy way to create a lasting legacy. Future gifts can be a life insurance policy or through your estate.

Thank you to the following who have named the Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta the designated beneficiary of a future gift:

  • Anonymous Community Donor Fund
  • Brent and Cindy Oilund
  • Don Meador Fund
  • Dwight Logan
  • Glenn and Judith Keddie
  • Gordon Pearcy
  • Grant and Jamie Menzies
  • Hideo and Marian Fukushima
  • Jason Lainchbury
  • Owen Lewis and Jodi Winnicky
  • Pete and Lori Merlo
  • Ryan Blais
  • Terry Tissington
  • Vincent and Tracey Vavrek